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Tape Cross-Sectional Area when Temperature Corrections for Nonstandard Tension is Given
Cross sectional area=((Pull on Tape-Total Tension)*Unsupported length)/(Temperature correction*Modulus of elasticity) GO
Temperature Corrections for Nonstandard Tension
Temperature correction=((Pull on Tape-Final tension)*Unsupported length)/(Cross sectional area*Modulus of elasticity) GO
Slope Correction for Slopes Greater than 10 Percent
Slope correction=((Elevation difference^2)/(2*Unsupported length))+(Elevation difference^4/(8*Unsupported length^3)) GO
Temperature Corrections for Incorrect Tape Length
Temperature correction=((actual tape length-nominal tape length)*Unsupported length)/(nominal tape length) GO
Actual Tension when Sag Correction of Unsupported Tape is Given
Initial tension=(((Weight of tape per unit length^2)*(Unsupported length^3))/(24*Sag correction))^(1/2) GO
Tape Weight when Sag Correction of Unsupported Tape is Given
Weight of tape per unit length=((Sag correction*24*(Initial tension^2))/(Unsupported length^3))^(1/2) GO
Unsupported Length when Sag Correction of Unsupported Tape is Given
Unsupported length=((Sag correction*24*Initial tension^2)/(Weight of tape per unit length^2))^(1/3) GO
Sag Correction of Unsupported Tape
Sag correction=((Weight of tape per unit length^2)*(Unsupported length^3))/(24*(Initial tension^2)) GO
Horizontal Offset when Slope Correction for Slopes of 10 Percent or Less is Given
Difference in elevation=(2*Unsupported length*Slope correction)^(1/2) GO
Slope Correction for Slopes of 10 Percent or Less
Slope correction=Difference in elevation^2/(2*Unsupported length) GO
Slope Distance when Slope Correction for Slopes of 10 Percent or Less is Given
Slope correction=Elevation difference^2/(2*Unsupported length) GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Tape Weight when Sag Correction of Unsupported Tape is Given
Weight of tape per unit length=((Sag correction*24*(Initial tension^2))/(Unsupported length^3))^(1/2) GO

Tape Weight per Foot when Sag Correction Between Points of Support is Given Formula

Weight of tape per unit length=sqrt((-Sag correction*24*Pull on Tape^2)/(Unsupported length^3))
W=sqrt((-C<sub>s</sub>*24*P^2)/(L^3))
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Temperature Corrections for Incorrect Tape Length GO
Temperature Corrections for Nonstandard Tension GO
Tape Cross-Sectional Area when Temperature Corrections for Nonstandard Tension is Given GO
Sag Correction Between Points of Support GO
Unsupported Tape Length when Sag Correction Between Points of Support is Given GO
Pull on Tape when Sag Correction Between Points of Support is Given GO

What is weight of tape ?

Tape weight per foot or per meter is the self weight of tape per unit length acting vertically downwards due to gravitational force.

How to Calculate Tape Weight per Foot when Sag Correction Between Points of Support is Given?

Tape Weight per Foot when Sag Correction Between Points of Support is Given calculator uses Weight of tape per unit length=sqrt((-Sag correction*24*Pull on Tape^2)/(Unsupported length^3)) to calculate the Weight of tape per unit length, The Tape Weight per Foot when Sag Correction Between Points of Support is Given is defined as weight of tape per foot or meter is defined is the weight of the tape per unit length or self weight of tape. Weight of tape per unit length and is denoted by W symbol.

How to calculate Tape Weight per Foot when Sag Correction Between Points of Support is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Tape Weight per Foot when Sag Correction Between Points of Support is Given, enter Sag correction (Cs), Pull on Tape (P) and Unsupported length (L) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Tape Weight per Foot when Sag Correction Between Points of Support is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> NaN = sqrt((-10*24*5^2)/(10^3)).

FAQ

What is Tape Weight per Foot when Sag Correction Between Points of Support is Given?
The Tape Weight per Foot when Sag Correction Between Points of Support is Given is defined as weight of tape per foot or meter is defined is the weight of the tape per unit length or self weight of tape and is represented as W=sqrt((-Cs*24*P^2)/(L^3)) or Weight of tape per unit length=sqrt((-Sag correction*24*Pull on Tape^2)/(Unsupported length^3)). sag correction to measured length for each section of unsupported tape, Pull on Tape is the tension or pull applied to the tape in newtons (N) and Unsupported length is the length between the support.
How to calculate Tape Weight per Foot when Sag Correction Between Points of Support is Given?
The Tape Weight per Foot when Sag Correction Between Points of Support is Given is defined as weight of tape per foot or meter is defined is the weight of the tape per unit length or self weight of tape is calculated using Weight of tape per unit length=sqrt((-Sag correction*24*Pull on Tape^2)/(Unsupported length^3)). To calculate Tape Weight per Foot when Sag Correction Between Points of Support is Given, you need Sag correction (Cs), Pull on Tape (P) and Unsupported length (L). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Sag correction, Pull on Tape and Unsupported length and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Weight of tape per unit length?
In this formula, Weight of tape per unit length uses Sag correction, Pull on Tape and Unsupported length. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Weight of tape per unit length=((Sag correction*24*(Initial tension^2))/(Unsupported length^3))^(1/2)
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